At the recent Society of Legal Scholars conference held in Oxford, there was a special session on ‘Brexit’, chaired by Professor Andrew Burrows, in which members of the Oxford Law Faculty discussed some of the constitutional issues surrounding the referendum result, including the procedure for triggering negotiations with the EU under Article 50, and the implications of ‘Brexit’ for a range of different subject areas including labour law, environmental law, competition law and intellectual property law. Watch the discussion below.
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